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Poster: HektorT Date: Nov 22, 2013 4:19am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: MIA?

I think all the "facts" of lawsuits in that case predate Batjac vs Goodtimes which ruled that as much of the script that is published with the film fell into the public domain when the film did. Same with the music.

So he owns the film rights, but who cares? Because they were lost, IMHO. Of course probably nobody will think they can make enough money off it to challenge him in court, so he is most likely safe in claiming stuff.